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Gaurang Naik helps secure settlement a day before trial

In a tragic and difficult case concerning the death of a 35 year old woman, Gaurang Naik assisted with securing a settlement for the family a day before trial. In this note, Gaurang explains the details of the case.

At approximately…

Success in claim under the Montreal Convention

Max Melsa successfully represented the Claimant, who suffered a serious fall when embarking from Bristol Airport.

The claim was brought under Article 17 of the Montreal Convention 1999, which applies in cases where injury is sustained either on board an aircraft…

Croydon tram crash inquest result

The Croydon tram crash has been an incident that has gripped the country and impacted the lives of so many. Today, the jury at the inquest delivered the result of accidental death. Osbornes Law have provided a press release on this decision…

Stephen Glynn recovers care home fees

In M v. Charringtons Fuel Oils Limited, instructed by Irwin Mitchell, Stephen acted for the family in respect of a fatal mesothelioma claim where the widow of the deceased had to go into residential care because of aggressive dementia.  Her husband would…

9 Gough Chambers Virtual Pupillage Event

For the last year, 9 Gough Chambers has been unable to offer mini-pupillages because of the pandemic. We remain eager to offer information and advice to those intending to apply for pupillage in future years, and to give a sense of what…

Wayne Couzens pleads guilty to the murder of Sarah Everard

At the Old Bailey this morning Wayne Couzens pleaded guilty to the murder of Sarah Everard.

Last month he had pleaded guilty to the kidnap and rape of Sarah Everard. Tom Little QC is prosecuting this case. The sentencing hearing will…

£47,700 Fine for Breaches of Marketing Regulations

On 23rd June 2021, at the Oxford Magistrates’ Court, one of the UK’s leading egg packing companies pleaded guilty to nine charges under the Eggs and Chicks (England) Regulations 2009. The offences each concerned failure to comply with provisions relating to the…

Gaurang Naik secures substantial settlement for the estate of young school boy

Gaurang secured substantial settlement for the estate of a young boy Najeeb, aged 15, in this tragic and complex case on causation. 

Najeeb collapsed in a gym at school and the first paramedic on arrival misinterpreted the initial rhythm as non-schockable…

Podcast: From concealed pregnancy to adoption – the legal and practical framework of relinquishing a baby in 2021

The next in our series of Family Law podcasts will be delivered by Kate Lamont and Laura Hibberd: ‘From concealed pregnancy to adoption –the legal and practical framework of relinquishing a baby in 2021’. They will discuss the case law and guidance…

Asbestos disease and cost budgeting

In Smith v. W. Ford & Sons [2021] EWHC 1749, Stephen Glynn, acting for the widow of a mesothelioma victim, successfully resisted the defendant’s attempt to subvert the masters’ usual practice of not cost budgeting in any asbestos disease case.

The…

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